GAMA’s engaging, interactive training programme was developed in collaboration with leading infection prevention specialists. Every aspect of your training sessions can be customised to meet the needs of your specific target audience.
Natalie Vaughan – Clinical Lead Infection Prevention and Control, Nottingham University Hospitals
The GAMA Training Hub is an online learning platform designed to allow healthcare professionals to create bespoke, interactive training programmes centred around their own learning and development goals. This system, currently in beta, will be easy to use and allow users to generate tailor-made training reports for the tracking of participant progress.GAMA Training Hub
Face to face training is delivered by our highly-knowledgeable infection prevention trainers. Professional and experienced, they work closely with your own Infection Prevention team to create a bespoke training package that meets your specific needs. Our trainers can also help to implement other aspects of the training package, such as the training hub and our apps.Face to face training
Developed in collaboration with leading infection prevention specialists, our intelligent, award-winning apps have been shown to help improve the cleanliness of both patient care equipment and healthcare environments. Whilst our training package app teaches best practice, our audit apps help you to maintain these high standards in live environments.Training package
In the AJIC special issue on ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis’, there is a helpful State-of-the-Science mini-review on the importance of biofilms in medical device reprocessing and healthcare surface disinfection.
The next article in the AJIC special issue on ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis’ is a mini-review on whether there is a relationship between biocide use and antimicrobial resistance. Reassuringly, despite the widespread use of biocides in healthcare settings (and in consumer markets), acquired resistance has rarely been reported.
The American Journal of Infection Control has recently published a must-read special issue titled: ‘Disinfection, sterilization, and antisepsis: Principles, practices, current issues, new research, and new technologies.’